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limiting further deficits. we have directed after our last board meeting last week that management look at every other option available once we made the vote to not go to the five day delivery on august 5th. we ask that they look at everything else available to us which would be to reopen the labor negotiations, to look at the filing of the rate case and then accelerate if possible thee procsi plants asickly as we can expeditiously deutsch. >> i recognize the ranking member. >> let's not kid ourselves, mr. dodaro. if the congress says will you to do something a certain way and the postmaster came back and said no i'm doing it my way the postmaster would catch hell i'm telling you everybody appear knows that and everybody knows that. so he was caught in a hell of a bond. and i want to go back to something that mr. bilbray said in his testimony so we can be very clear so i quote from his trends could and he said what me tell you this is a tough job we have to deal with a lot of bureaucracy in the administration the regulatory commission and congress and they are all our bosses and they tr
. thank you for reminding me again. look, economics are fiscal situation, the deficit, the budget, are all threats to the security. there's a lot of physical seen and unseen threats out there that perhaps are different even from when admiral mullen made that comment. i align myself with the economic piece of it. there are just groups out there that threaten us. ? 0. >> thank you. it is important for us, i think to remember the president's budget despite proposing significant tax increases would still contemplate adding $12.db $2.5 trillion head by the total public. .. >> future years covered by the budget control act. will we continue to see budget that is ignore provisions, ignore the sequester provisions? can you expect budgets like that to be sent to congress that don't reflect the law? secretary hagel? >> the fy15 budget we'll present
-called grand bargain we could devise a balance deficit reduction package for one year that avoids sequestration in fy 2014. we simply cannot continue to ignore the effect of sequestration. sequestration will have a major impact on military personnel. though the pay of military personnel has been exempted, the sequester would reduce military readiness in the services for the troops including schools for military children, family support programs and transition assistance programs and mental health and other counseling programs. the president's budget request continues a major drawdown of active duty and reserve strength. we have in recent years given the department numinous force shaping authorities to allow it to reduce its strength in a responsible way ensuring that the services maintain the proper force mix and avoiding grade and occupational disparities, all of which have long term affect. if sequestration continues, the result would be ore pripitous foe structe that is ou of t the requirements of our defense strategy. sequestration has already affected military readiness. we have heard test
the sided search for a piece deficit that i don't think exists. we went to that in the '90s. to undermine the readiness and capabilities to get the arsenal and they are expanding. we should be expanding hours. but to have a significant impact of the capabilities to reach the intelligence community just in time when we need it the most. to be asked about the effects of sequestration of the intelligence community and i have quoted you several times on this and it is very profound. olmec we're cutting real capability and accepting greater risk for intelligence shorter hours for public parks or longer lines at the airports for intelligence it is insidious. the capability you don't know about that until you notice that. you'll notice ny when we have the same" end quote. and i think that is the belief and the reasonthat is in the military is super bear to deal with threats around the world has the intelligence community uses capability.we are making us lese and i look to our witnesses how the current budget cuts accurately assess these threats especially those separate from resources. such talk
to have sustained and balanced approach to both reducing the deficit but making some of the critical investments that we need to make, and actually the budget anticipates -- >> we are all -- i should add, start in row. we are all cheers about the magnificent contribution to brain research. thank you. >> i think that's an example of the presidency believe that we ur proper t sinst, and certainly scientifc sech is one of the most critical investments to keep the innovation and research at the front and. so we very much support outlining the mapping strategy which could have a huge impact not only on the future but we think about health costs related to everything from autism to alzheimer's, and if you want to really get our arms around what's happened to health costs in the future, just brain mapping, has an enormous impact. and as you say, i think dr. collins estimates that is about a 71 return, that every dollar in research grant generates about $7 in economic activity in the community where those research grants end up in terms of jobs and scientists. so this is clearly a win-win in
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